#1
....My Mark III sounds awesome when facing the cab at an angle from a distance, but when Im right in front of the speaker, sounds like crap???? I use a Marshall 1960A cab with G12T-75's BTW.
#2
i googled.
http://images.google.si/images?um=1&hl=sl&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Asl%3Aofficial&q=mark+iiii&btnG=I%C5%A1%C4%8Di+slike

edit:
seems like a deacent camera... i dont know how could this cause speaker problems
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#3
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i googled.
http://images.google.si/images?um=1&hl=sl&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Asl%3Aofficial&q=mark+iiii&btnG=I%C5%A1%C4%8Di+slike

edit:
seems like a deacent camera... i dont know how could this cause speaker problems


thats cus u google'd mark IIII (4), and didnt put AMP into the searchfield:P its a mesa boogie head
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#4
sound like an eq issue?
Last edited by mmjohn at Feb 23, 2009,
#5
Think he was joking about that canon...

EDIT: I have the same story with my mesa/marshall... its normal so just make sure you're aware of where the cab sounds best when you're recording that's all, it gets a bit more difficult live though, so be careful to check how your amp sounds through the PA (or from the audience's point) rather than what it sounds like about 3 feet above the speakers
Last edited by vitchb at Feb 23, 2009,